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Successful Women Translates to Successful Everyone in Mathematics

A study from the University of Wisconsin made headlines recently all across the country when its authors used data from global surveys to show that women are not intrinsically inferior to men when it comes to math. I couldn’t understand … Continue reading

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Mentally Manipulating Objects Leads to the Later Manipulation of Numbers

My freshman year of college, I was given a spatial reasoning test at the start of my honors engineering program. The reasoning was that if some of us were just terrible at manipulating objects in our heads, we’d have a … Continue reading

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